A conversation with my wife
A conversation with my wife on leaving her for 6 months. I will be hiking the Pacific Crest Trail in… Read/Listen/Watch this PostA conversation with my wife The post A conversation with my wife appeared first on hangdogdays.
Santiago Vega: An Olympic Skier, Climber, and Badass
On this Podcast… I talk to Santiago Vega. Santi is an Olympic Skier for Chile and lives here in Salt… Read/Listen to this PostSantiago Vega: An Olympic Skier, Climber, and Badass The post Santiago Vega: An Olympic Skier, Climber, and Badass appeared first on hangdogdays.
Gasping For Air
A massive avalanche tore through the birthday chutes and took Sam Kapacinskas for a ride. Buried, Sam experienced what he thought was certain death. Jake, his touring buddy saw the break from above and called in the avalanche to 911. After some frantic moments of searching the rubble, they both thought each other were dead. … Continue reading "Gasping For Air"
The Diabetic Dirtbag: Misconceptions
We sent out a survey to identify common stereotypes and misunderstandings that surround diabetes. In this episode of Hangdog Days, we analyze the data we collected and discuss results. Listen on any of your favorite podcasting platforms, or right here on our website. Thanks to everyone who participated in the survey! This show could not have … Continue reading "The Diabetic Dirtbag: Misconceptions"
The Diabetic Dirtbag: Hospitalized
For most people, puking doesn’t affect us in a life threatening way. For a Type 1 Diabetic it can be catastrophic, especially when they have just given 8 units of insulin and their blood sugar is plummeting. Joey had a 29 blood sugar ( dangerously low) and was rushed to the ER. This incident opened … Continue reading "The Diabetic Dirtbag: Hospitalized"
Mexico: Climbed 5.10, drank 5.12
We went down to Mexico to climb some big limestone routes. We experienced lots of different kinds of weather from hot and muggy to rain and cold. There was also no body there which gave us the pick of the litter when in came to routes. Overall, a wonderful place for sport climbers Sam … Continue reading "Mexico: Climbed 5.10, drank 5.12"
A Pilgrimage on the Camino de Santiago
Mike and Stephen walked the Camino de Santiago one year ago and have an inspiring story to tell. They took on this cultural experience in a slow and majestic manor. This fun and hilarious podcast will truly entertain you from start to finish. We talk about day to day life on the Camino. Friendships, Love, … Continue reading "A Pilgrimage on the Camino de Santiago"
Missing Fingers…The other half
Remember the dude that lost a finger in the infamous “fingers in a light socket” in Indian Creek? Rock and Ice did an article on the accident and here’s a gory photo for you 🙂 He sent out a message to the world asking for his .3 blue Camelot X-4 to be returned to him. … Continue reading "Missing Fingers…The other half"
The Diabetic Dirtbag: Pilot
The Diabetic Dirtbag is a campaign that has been launched to raise awareness for T1D, raise money for research, and promote an active lifestyle. In our podcast segment The Diabetic Dirtbag, we will cover a variety of topics surrounded around T1D. This show is a teaser of many different talks that we will be having as … Continue reading "The Diabetic Dirtbag: Pilot"
The Narrows, Zion National Park
We went down to Zion National Park to hike The Narrows. We hiked the Top Down hike and had an interesting experience to say the least. The weather called for perfection, but we got something else. About 3 hours into our hike the sky turned black and the thunder began to rumble. Every party in … Continue reading "The Narrows, Zion National Park"
Finding Joules on the AT and PCT
I sat down with Marly Upcavage (Joules) and talked about her experiences on the Appalachian Trial and the Pacific Crest Trail. Joules is an inspiring person who lights up the room when you are talking with her, her stoke on life is enough to bring out the adventure in all of us. We dive … Continue reading "Finding Joules on the AT and PCT"
Howdy! This episode Jules and Kurt discuss the different mentalities climbers have during their climbing carriers. The ways climbers can progress in their climbing and some tools in how to do so. Some topics that are talked about are… -Red Pointing -Pink Pointing -Onsites -Projecting -Pyramids -Climbing Partners We mention two books that we really … Continue reading "Mentalities…Absolutely"